Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety

  1. Renowned for its low thermal conductivity, minimal heat reservoir, and asbestos-free composition, Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety becomes a preferred choice.
  2. Ceramic fiber blankets demonstrate considerable tensile strength and have a high resistance to thermal shocks.
  3. Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety has the ability to absorb sound and does not contain any binders, which ensures there are no fumes or risk of furnace contamination.
  4. Should there be any damage to the lining, quick repairs can be conducted, allowing the furnace to be cooled down rapidly.
  5. Furthermore, ceramic fibers require no curing or drying time, which allows them to be immediately heated to operational temperatures.

Product Description

Exploring Ceramic Fiber Insulation

Ceramic fiber insulation is a form of refractory insulation material, composed of ceramic fibers that are adhered together using inorganic binding agents. Designed to produce boards and blanks, it offers exceptional thermal insulation while resisting high temperatures.

Salient Features of Ceramic Fiber Insulation:

  • Capable of withstanding high temperatures up to 2600°F (1427°C)
  • Low thermal conductivity makes it conducive to energy efficiency
  • Has resistance to corrosions as well as acid attacks
  • Non-combustible and serves as a flame retardant
  • Sizes can be easily adjusted and the material can be shaped to fit specific uses
  • Comes in various sizes and degrees of thickness

Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety

The primary concern is the inhalation of airborne ceramic fibers, which can lead to respiratory issues such as lung irritation, inflammation, and even the potential development of more serious conditions like lung scarring or cancer. To mitigate these risks, proper personal protective equipment (PPE), including respirators, gloves, and protective clothing, should be used when working with ceramic fiber insulation.

Additionally, proper installation and disposal methods should be followed to minimize dust generation and ensure the safe handling of this material throughout its lifecycle. By taking these Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety measures, the risks associated with ceramic fiber insulation can be effectively managed.
Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety

Item Standard H Pure Zirconium
AL2O3(%) ≥44 ≥45 ≥34
Sio2(%) ≥52 ≥54 ≥50
Fe2O3+Tio2(%) ≤1.0 ≤0.5 ≤0.5
ZrO2(%) ≥15
Classification   Temperature (℃) 1260 1260 1430
Working   Temperature (℃) 1050 1100 1350
Density   (kg/m3) 160-220 160-220 160-220
linear   shrinkage after heating(%) @24 hours ≤2.5 ≤2.5 ≤3.5
(1000°C) (1100°C) (1350°C)
Thermal   Conductivity(w/m.k) @400°C 0.09 0.101 0.118

Ceramic Fiber Insulation Safety Package And Shipping

Package For Ceramic Fibers